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How do I capture declarations at runtime and pass them to a text file?

How do I capture declarations at runtime and pass them to a text file?

You can use the GenerateDecl() method to return the declaration for a window and then pass this data to a txt file. The following testcase returns the declarations for the current browser page, prints them out and writes them to a file.

[-] testcase Test1 () appstate none
        [ ] 
        [ ] LIST OF STRING lsFindDecs
        [ ] 
        [ ] //Set browser active
        [ ] Browser.SetActive( )
        [ ] 
        [ ] 
        [ ] lsFindDecs = Browser.GenerateDecl ()
        [ ] 
        [ ] //Prints decs
        [ ] ListPrint (lsFindDecs)
        [ ] 
        [ ] //Writes decs to .txt file
        [ ] ListWrite (lsFindDecs, "decl.txt" )


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